Once again, I’ve been a bit tardy with my writing updates. I am pleased to report that I was longlisted again for the Scottish Arts Trust awards for ‘The Night of the Note I Never Wrote’ which will be published in the next anthology.
The 2021 Fish Anthology was launched at the West Cork Literary Festival. You can see me reading my flash fiction ‘Ursula Sits’ at about the 7:40 mark. There are some fabulous stories included here.
Update on the novel: I have now completed two versions, both of which are going through a bit of tweaking before I – hopefully [sigh] – stand behind one or the other and shove it out into the world.
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One of my happiest memories of traveling in the Lakes District backing 1980 was seeing Hill Top House in the Lakes District, though I have a feeling that it was closed so we only saw the outside and the land around it. We were there in non-tourist season, in February. But, I haven’t forgotten it, along with Dove Cottage, etc.
England has really blown my mind, I must say. There is just so much to see and do.
Every country really! But, England does have Chawton, Bath and other Jane Austen sites!!
Well done, Karenlee! Enjoy all your new adventures and continue to write those wonderful tales.
Oh gosh Karenlee, that last line in Ursula Sits 😯What a gorgeous piece of flash fiction, congratulations (and also on the Scottish Arts Trust longlisting and publication).
Very keen to read whichever version of your novel you decide on!
Thanks Fiona, I’m glad you like it. And I am so excited about the upcoming release of your collection!